A can of gel can contain up to 330,000 plastic microparticles that end irremediably in the water and the casings of the fish. Finally there is an alternative to its use.
The soap with which the world washes its face, the detergent with which it washes clothes or toothpaste are also a danger to the environment. When using these products, the plastic microparticles that compose them end up in the oceans and pollute them as much as any bottle, tetrabrick or plastic bag.
Every time we talk about pollution, we imagine a mountain of garbage, but a shower gel can contain up to 330,000 plastic microparticles, impossible to filter because of their small size and that end up contaminating oceans and lakes. Aware of this problem, a team of researchers from the US has achieved new plant biodegradable microbeads based on the phytelephas aequatorialis tree, so you stop polluting the planet every time you wash your face.
These new microparticles are not created from polyethylene or propylene, elements that are extracted from oil and that take hundreds of years to disappear, but are composed of e cellulose of vegetable origin. It can also originate from renewable sources such as those related to agricultural residues or byproducts derived from the manufacture of paper, which can then be easily dissolved in harmless sugars once exposed to water.
The biodegradable plant microparticles could be now !! in our soap, detergent, toothpaste, sunscreen or shampoo, and become a real alternative to take care of the environment.
For that we are investigating different alternatives of use Sosa Export, is in the process of research and selling in the US and other markets this new alternative .. visit us www.sosa-export.com